"We're shooting for him to be available by Friday at the earliest," Gonzalez said. "He threw a lot of pitches in three innings."
Wood was bothered by a cuticle tear on his index finger in the outing, but that is not expected to bother him by he time he returns to the bullpen.
Romo returns San Diego on just 12 pitches, striking out one batter in a perfect ninth. He is now 18 for 21 in save situations, with a 2.54 ERA on the season.
Guzman finished the game 1 for 3 with a walk and a strikeout. He is batting .237 on the season with three home runs in 114 at-bats.
Stults tossed his fifth quality start in a row in the game, though it was his first time failing to finish the seventh inning in that stretch. He allowed just two runs in 6 1/3 innings of work, but was pulled after allowing a one-out single in the seventh inning. That runner came around to score, blowing a 2-1 Padres lead and leaving Stulted with a no-decision.
Stults allowed seven hits and two walks in the game, while striking out three batters on 105 pitches. He is now 6-5 on the season with a 3.25 ERA through 15 starts. He is expected to make his next start Monday against the Phillies.
Janssen lowered his ERA to 2.28 with the save, his fourth in his last four outings. He's been sharp since allowing two runs in his first blown save back on June 8 against Texas.
Bumgarner limited the Padres to just three hits, though he did walk four batters, his highest total in four starts. He also allowed two runs in the game, both on solo home runs. Bumgarner struck out eight in seven innings, for his third win in a row.
Bumgarner threw 66 of 111 pitches for strikes, while lowering his ERA to 3.25 on the season. Bumgarner is now 7-4 heading into his next start, Monday at the Dodgers.
Ruggiano hit his ninth home run of the season to open the ninth inning, as the Marlins tried to battle back from a three-run deficit. Ruggiano finished the game 2 for 4 with one RBI and one run scored, in a 3-1 loss.
Ruggiano is hitting .229 on the season, with a .702 OPS. He has nine home runs and eight stolen bases, while driving in 25 runs.
Bell allowed a leadoff homer to Justin Ruggiano to open the ninth, and put the tying run on base when he walked Giancarlo Stanton with no out.
He was able to work out of the jam with three straight outs, however, recording his 13th save in 15 tries, in a 3-1 win. Bell allowed a game-winning home run in the teams' first game Monday. He now has a 4.40 ERA on the season, and has allowed one home run in each of the last fur outings.
Willingham was a little sore after playing in Tuesday's game. He had a cortisone shot Saturday and missed Saturday and Sunday's games.
"It's not perfect right now -- I can tell you that," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "We'll see how this DH thing goes, but it wasn't a great night last night as far as him running around on his leg. So I'm a little concerned."